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Panasonic SC-PT760 The wireless speakers are not coming on. The red indicator light is on and won't turn green.

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Try pairing process.

It is in the main set Operating Instruction manual.
I cant really remember the whole process clearly but definitely in it.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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